We have been detailing all there is to know on the 2017 release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 giving you all the tricks to the trade. The speakers are one of the most underappreciated aspects of any smartphone, until you hear them for the first time. Sammy has been doing a great job integrating all of the best aspects into the Galaxy S series making it continually one of the most anticipated smartphones each year.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 speakers deserve to have some extra attention, and before you buy there are some things you may want to consider. In this article we’ll talk a little bit about what Samsung could do with the speakers on the S8 to make it a better device overall, and some things you may not have considered.
Considering that there is already a speaker at the top of the Galaxy S6 for calls, why doesn’t Samsung just enable the call speaker to be used as a media speaker as well? Samsung could increase the size of the speaker on the front or even include two speakers at the top of the device alongside the front-facing camera for extra volume. This option would be good because Samsung would not need to change around anything in terms of the Galaxy S8’s build quality.
If Samsung were to introduce this change to the Galaxy S8 speakers I could definitely see it being useful for viewing content and listening to music.
An interesting concept that may or not be possible would be to include dual front facing speakers alongside the Edge display. One speaker could be on each side of the smartphone. If Samsung could fit it in, I bet the Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge could look incredible and it would have great sound quality too.
Maybe this is pushing it a little but if Samsung were to elongate the build of the Samsung Galaxy S8 a little more, the manufacturer could potentially stick a speaker on the bottom of the device as well. The bottom speaker could be used in conjunction with the call speaker for dual front facing sound.
Front facing Samsung Galaxy S8 speakers aren’t necessary but it’s a shame that we spend the majority of our time viewing media with the display facing us and the speaker facing away from us. We can still hear most content even with the speaker facing away from us, but in some instances having a back facing speaker can be frustratingly quiet.